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Art, where you least expect it.

Oct 06th 2013

By now you know that the Sonoma coast offers some of the most eye-popping scenery in the world. You may have even discovered some favorite hiking trails, hidden tasting rooms and tucked-away eateries along the beaten path. But, you MAY not know that  world-class artists call the Sonoma Coast their home. I was fortunate to meet Bruce Johnson recently at his "studio" not

Something’s fishy

Jul 21st 2013

New Executive Chef William Oliver is busily updating our menu in Alexander's and being his creative culinary self these days. When I asked for a recipe he commented that when he designs recipes he uses Whole Foods as a reference: if you can't buy it there, then the recipe is  no-go. He wanted people

Vintage + Vino

Jul 10th 2013

To those of you who who attended the first Annual Vintage + Vino event held at Timber Cove Inn on Sunday June 30th, lucky you!  Picture perfect weather, vintage cars with a dramatic Pacific Ocean backdrop and wine pourings from wineries in the Fort Ross Seaview AVA including Annapolis, Flowers, Fort Ross, Hirsch and Wild Hog. Hopefully you had a chance to visit with

Take a hike.

Jun 27th 2013

I was treated to an amazing thunder and lightning storm show at Timber Cove Inn during my last visit. An amazing flashing, cracking lightshow over the ocean that was worth a few hours of lost sleep. My biggest concern was a 9:30 appointment that morning for a hike with my new friend Margaret Lindgren, hiker extraordinaire with "Unbeaten Path Hiking Tours". Not wanting

A sidebar, on The Sidecar

Jun 26th 2013

As most origins of cocktails go, there are a few versions of how the Sidecar came into being. One story, as told by David Embury in The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks (1948), says that it was developed in a Parisian bistro during World War I by a friend who rode to the favorite bar in the sidecar of a motorcycle. Which bar this was

Shaken, not stirred.

Jun 13th 2013

When Ian Fleming published, “Casino Royale” in 1953, he had no idea what he had started. Not only did he create what became the enormous James Bond franchise we know today, but inadvertently created a rather tremendous cocktail, The Vesper. It was written like so:

"A dry martini," he said. "One. In a deep champagne goblet." Then Bond specifies his order

Who says it’s Old Fashioned?

Jun 03rd 2013

(This is first in a series of blogs on vintage cocktails from the early 1960's, authored by master mixologist, Danny Ronen who will be sharing the history of cocktails, recipes and stories at Timber Cove Inn on Saturday June 29th from 3:00-5:00 PM in honor of our 50th birthday in 1963)

The Old Fashioned is the grand daddy of all cocktails. Why, you

Everyone, meet Danny. Danny, meet everyone.

Jun 02nd 2013

Allow me to introduce renowned spirits educator and mixologist, Danny Ronen. In honor of our 50th birthday, Danny (pronounced DAH-nee) has cordially (as in "cordial", get-it?) agreed to visit Timber Cove Inn on Saturday June 29th from 3:00-5:00 to share the history of vintage cocktails from the swingin' 60's through today's stylish creations.

For more than a decade, Danny has been

50 & Fabulous

May 29th 2013

Ah...the 1960's.  Mini-skirts, and bell bottoms. Perry Mason and Peyton Place. Frank Sinatra and the Beatles. Don't we miss those days! (Well SOME of us do!) Thanks to the current "Mad Men" craze and Timber Cove Inn you too can relive the glory years with us June 28-30 as we salute our 50th (gasp) birthday! We are 50

A little bird told us

May 13th 2013

Amazing creatures call the Sonoma Coast their home and now thanks to a recent act of kindness we have started a list of birds that have been spotted from the Inn. This very detailed list was given to us by a lovely couple from the Audubon Society. It allowed us to start a Pinterest Board on these lovely creatures so

AWARD WINNING Corn and Shellfish Chowder

May 06th 2013

That's Chef Ben St. Clair on the left and a beaming Allison Kneubuhl (Marketing) and proud General Manager Keith Hill on the right displaying the Judges award for BEST chowder at the recent 2013 Gualala Whale and Jazz festival Chowder Challenge.  There was stiff competition out there folks but this chowder recipe is a show stopper. Congratulations to Chef Ben! Oh and take

Mother Knows Best

Mar 22nd 2013

There was a great TV show that ran from 1954 to 1963, (The year Timber Cove Inn was born!) called "Father Knows Best". Very popular. Much like the formula sit-coms of that era, the Anderson family was picture perfect with a spotless home, Jim in a suit most of the time and always coming home from work to a beautifully cooked meal with eager children, Betty,

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